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Friends' 8320:
Was trying to set it at 4.2 at 1.35v but forgot to decrease the settings. It was 4.5 at 1.35 and passed 7 min before I saw I forgot to lower the speed.

Currently 4.2 @ 1.35 max 51 cel. Will let it run 30 min to see what it does.... I asked if he wanted to trade and he said no lol
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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

The way I see it is AMD bins a batch of CPUs to meet requirements. Once those are met the rest just go into the bin. So you can find some really outstanding 8320s if you're lucky. I have seen a few.
Most likely too hot. CPU cooler is reaching it's limits and transferring more heat to the board so the VRMs are also heating up.

I was referring to my 8350 + h80i + 990fxa-ud3 rev 4 not capable of more than 4.5 and takes a lot more volts
Edited by CravinR1 - 10/9/14 at 11:41am
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Well it almost looks to me like you really don't know what voltage requirements your chip has. Have you even tested it yet? The 8350 automatically has a higher vid than the 8320 in most cases just because of the increased speed. AMD typically allows a higher voltage than necessary to try and compensate for different climates etc. to avoid RMAs for CPUs that won't run at stock settings.
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I have booted 4.8 cinebench stable (not prime 95) at 1.55 volt with extreme llc. My 24/7 is 4.5 at 1.4625 (nothing else is stable) with medium llc
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If/when I have a problem with my loop and have to go to air; I take my h212 off my 955 and stick it right on my 8350 i do drop the clocks down from 4.5ghz to 4.2ghz but even in summer (90+f degrees 90+% humidity) around here it will handle it no problem at 4.2ghz 1.38v. Then there's winter.

Now if I lived somewhere that was hot most of the time 90f+ then I would 1. kill my self but then I would see a problem with using the h212.

Couple problems with the h212 first is the size very tall and yea it was made for quads not for these quad modular 8core cpu but it will get the job done. I used/gamed on it for a year before i put my cpu/gpu on water.


Also I LOL at people who get so mad that there cpu dont get huge OC when only 4.2ghz on the 8350 is a sure thing and you have to remember i'm sure a lot of the good 8xxx that clock high where probably put in the 9xxx bin.
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Since my Saberkitty R1 died I have to put up with that. The 8350 is in MSI 890FX GD-70 It can deliver, just does not do it as accurate. So I can only get 4.5Ghz instead of 4.7. It makes it easier to find the find sweet spot for the max stable speed without exceeding the the limits of the cooler. The sabertoooth R1 is out of warranty it crashed when the windforce 7870 died. That will be going back in the MSI board next week. Gigabyte was no problem this time. In fact I am quite pleased.
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Since my Saberkitty R1 died I have to put up with that. The 8350 is in MSI 890FX GD-70 It can deliver, just does not do it as accurate. So I can only get 4.5Ghz instead of 4.7. It makes it easier to find the find sweet spot for the max stable speed without exceeding the the limits of the cooler. The sabertoooth R1 is out of warranty it crashed when the windforce 7870 died. That will be going back in the MSI board next week. Gigabyte was no problem this time. In fact I am quite pleased.

Sorry to hear that.

I haven't encountered hardware failures in a while now. *knocks on wood*
    
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Also I LOL at people who get so mad that there cpu dont get huge OC when only 4.2ghz on the 8350 is a sure thing and you have to remember i'm sure a lot of the good 8xxx that clock high where probably put in the 9xxx bin.

Yes I know oc not guaranteed. However here is a brand new newegg 8320 that does 4.2 @ 1.35 and 4.5 @ 1.4

Been prime 95 at 4.2 @ 1.35 for 36 min and max is 55 cel
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post

Yes I know oc not guaranteed. However here is a brand new newegg 8320 that does 4.2 @ 1.35 and 4.5 @ 1.4

Been prime 95 at 4.2 @ 1.35 for 36 min and max is 55 cel

You know. But still keep complaining somehow.
Sell the chip, upgrade and rock on.

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Here is some food for you though.
How does that compare to your friends?




Mine is about on par with the one you mentioned on the Egg
IBT-avx on maximum. Temp was a bit higher, was probably from the summer.

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Yes I know oc not guaranteed. However here is a brand new newegg 8320 that does 4.2 @ 1.35 and 4.5 @ 1.4

Been prime 95 at 4.2 @ 1.35 for 36 min and max is 55 cel
Is this good voltage for 4.2 or not so good oc chip? This is E or regular 8320?
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post

Yes I know oc not guaranteed. However here is a brand new newegg 8320 that does 4.2 @ 1.35 and 4.5 @ 1.4

Been prime 95 at 4.2 @ 1.35 for 36 min and max is 55 cel

There must have been some really good batches lately, probably that made AMD do the "e" versions too. My 8320 (non e) bought in September, also seems a good part. Does 4Ghz at 1.256v (i actually posted in this thread an 8h Prime95 screenshot).
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